Feedly has recently introduced a new feature, one which allows you to save your Feedly content to your Dropbox account. Here’s how it works.
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Commandr is an app which allows you to use Google Now to issue voice commands to your Android smartphone. Here’s a look at how to set it up and use it.
Google Apps for Business users the Hangouts plugin for Outlook 2013, allows you to chat to friends and initiate hangouts straight from Microsoft Outlook.
Instagram improved its photo editing features, and allows you to achieve better results for photos. Here’s a look at the new options and how to use them.
Google has started rolling out the option to make OK Google available everywhere on your Android device. Here’s a look at what it does and how to enable it.
Roadtrip Mixtape is a cool service for those of you who take long trips and want to discover local music while taking a trip. Here’s a look at how it works.
If you’re an Android user, customization is one of the things you enjoy about Google’s mobile operating system. Beautiful Icon Styler comes to confirm that.
Google Now studies your phone habits and collects a lot of personal data…data you might not want it collecting. If you don’t use it, it can be turned off.
Nokia recently announced Z Launcher, an easy way to get to your Android apps, as well as to make your Android user life easier. Here’s a look at using it.
World Cup 2014 is in full swing and while you can’t be in Brazil for the big competition, you can still check out stadiums by using Google Street View.
If you switch between several Android devices and use the same Google account for each one, the list can get long. Removing old devices is easy, here’s how.
World Cup 2014 is underway, and if you’re an Android user, Google Now is one of the easiest ways to follow the biggest football competition in the world.
You can now download those fabulous works of art in high resolution from the Metorpolitan Museum in New York City and use it as wallpapers on your computer.
Facebook, it’s been part of our lives with what seems like forever. Here’s how to take a trip down memory lane and see what your feed contained years ago.